Sick ‘n’ tired of the same old dip-‘n’-dye Easter eggs? This spring, we're turning to our fave bloggers for some egg-cellent inspiration. Get a load of these whimsical works of art, and then get going on your own masterpieces.
Off with her head!
Just a quick peek at Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland was all the inspiration Cindy Littlefield needed for
her Red Queen Easter egg.
Not into dye but in love with Sharpies? Grab your fave pen
and an egg (these are blown, but we’re thinking you could prob use hard-boiled,
too) and get your scribble on with Alisa Burke’s how-to.
Naomi Shulman’s Dye-ving Dudes are too-cute snorkelers
lookin’ for li’l dip in some dye. They might be too adorable to eat.
These are more grown-up and way-gorgeous than cute, but we
couldn’t leave Alisa Burke’s watercolor Easter eggs out in the rain, now, could
The cutest characters from Toy Story are making their first Easer appearance, thanks
again to the totally brills Cindy Littlefield. You might need to make a trip to
your local Pizza Planet while you’re ETs are drying.
These Puddly Piggies are so squealin’ sweet, we just can’t
get over it. From the masterful crafting mind of Martha Stewart, these beauties
are about as close to Wilbur as an Easter egg could hope to get.